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passing game, and really being off, we could tell he was injured, you could tell he's not 98%, as mike shanahan would say, could you tell he was not himself, but alfred morris and the defense really able to get it done here tonight for the redskins. how about that defense. eight turnovers. so they certainly carried the day here along with alfred morris tonight. rob jackson coming one a huge interception. so we've got a through it get to tonight as the redskins celebrating their first nfc east division title in a long, long time. we're going to come back to you in the studio, kristen, but we're going to hear from mike shanahan, alfred morris, rgiii here shortly. >> they've played about seven weeks, but to actually accomplish our first goal, really a tribute to the character of the guys in that locker room. >> reporter: mike, i know you've won super bowls but have you ever been something quite like this, this kind of run? >> i don't think i've ever been 3-6 and ever had seven in a row, i don't think so. i don't think i've been anywhere close to that, to be honest. so it's a great feeling
clarksburg should not be an issue for you. next timesaver traffic at 5:00. mike, jessica, back to you. >>> the event called the nation's gun show wrapped up last night. >> reporter: guns have been is he tent soldier of plenty of debate after the newtown shooting. vendors are busy trying to keep up with an increase in sales. >> reporter: the winter weather didn't put much of a dent in the turnout at the gun show in chantilly. >> i own firearms, i was in the military. i come out to see what is new. >> reporter: annette elliott runs the show and says ticket sales are up. she points to two factors, president obama's reelection, who is seen by antiguns by some owners, and the calls for gun control in the aftermath of the latest shooting in connecticut that left 20 children dead. >> i think they are afraid something will happen with the gun laws to make it impossible or very difficult for them to purchase firearms or cost prohibitive. in other words two expensive. >> reporter: there is such a demand for guns and ammunition. >> this is the highest we have ever seen it. >> reporter: elliott s
. >>> local bluegrass music legend mike aldridge has died of cancer, just one day shea of his 74th birthday. aldridge was a fanged member of the group the seldom seen. the silver spring resident also toured with performers such as lyle lovett and emmylou harris. we talked to a close friend tonight. >> reporter: the notes could be clear and haunting. the late mike aldridge strumming a type of guitar called a dobro. >> the dobro guitar was invent in the 1920's. >> reporter: but aldridge himself is credited for taking it up a notch, or two, or three. mike's dobro was the cover of mr. aldridge's first album. >> mike was the clint eastwood of acoustic music. he was quiet, seemed shy on the mic, but when he played, it just -- the notes and things would just give you a little chill. >> reporter: birchmere's owner toured with aldridge. his band, the seldom seen, played here every thursday night to a sold-out crowd for 20 years. but aldridge would continue for the next 20, despite changes in the lineup. he even played at a tribute show just this year. but saturday, aldridge lost his long battle wit
. your next timesaver traffic. mike back to you. >>> more demonstrations are underway in india following rallies yesterday that attracted hundreds of thousands. they were holding memorials for a 23-year-old gang rape victim, she died on saturday. now her death as far as nationwide protests and rare debates against violence against women in india. >>> hugo chavez that surgery in cuba after the cancer he announced returned. three weeks ago chavez developed an upper respiratory infection. the vice president left venezuela to visit chavez and experts are saying this is a sign things could be downhill with him. >>> former president george h.w. bush remains hospitalized in houston. the 88-year-old was moved out of intensive care and into a regular hospital over the weekend. he had been in icu to get rid of a persistent fever with what started as a bronchitis related cough. >>> let's say you have concerns about the impending fiscal cliff. coming up we are going to have a financial planner's idea of what you can do. >>> details on your latest chances to get a rare public display of the emancipat
and incident free in maryland. your next timesaver traffic 625:67:89 mike jessica, back to you. >>> time now 6:19. we are going to look at the question of the day. the redskins have played the cowboys 106 times, including last night. how many times have they won? >> 42, 47 or 54? >> here's a response you posted on the fan page. tony blue says 20 in nfcchampionship games. everything else doesn't matter. >> we'll have more of your responses coming up in about 30 minutes. >> i don't think i have ever been 3-6 and ever had seven in a row. i don't think so. never anywhere close to that. it was a great feeling. i can't he is reflecting on the terrific turn around of the team this season. >> the team was tied for last place at 3-6 after nine games, but now they have won seven in a row. nfc ease championships this morning >>> welcome back. we are starting to build in cloud cover, going from partly cloudy to mostly cloudy through midmorning. that means our temperatures, well they are going to be fairly uniform, move through the 30s and maybe hit the low 40s by early afternoon. a high of reagan national
to wear and what not to wear. >> today all about the hair and as mike knows all so well if you have a bad hair day it can ruin your night? he's the star of the reality tv show "chicagolicious." on the style network, good morning and you have your lovely model with you this morning. >> tyana right? did i say it right? >> you are visiting the washington area this week. >> yes i wanted to come back the my roots. i'm originally from southern virginia and i wanted to come back and you know have a little -- >> for the holidays a little bit. >> yeah and hang out and work too. >> hang out and work. so you're getting started, you're a lovely young lady here and you're saying you know what? i'm going to go and watch the ball drop in new york city. or i'm going to be outside for my celebration. any suggestions on what you should do hair-wise? >> well, especially is your hair is long. just something real simple. i took her hair and just pulled it to the side just a little twist to give it an added flair. and just twist it up and put it in a side ponytail. you know the curl sort of fell out and you ca
at the career of mike aldredge. >>> welcome back, everybody. local blue grass music legend mike aldredch has died of cancer. he would have been 74 tomorrow. ♪ [music] ♪ he was a founding member of the group "the seldom seen." he also toured with performers like lyle lovett and amy lou harris. he played the get car known as a dobro. >> it was a way of amplifying mechanically of the guitar before the invention of the electric guitar. there's an aircraft aluminum resonator inside this guitar. the strings are suspended over that. it makes it louder than a normal guitar. >> he received many prestigious awards including a grammy and the blue grass association's distinguished achievement award. shortly before his death, he finished working on an album. he is survived by his wife elsie and two daughters. love that blue grass. by the way, the storm is well passed. >> and now we'll see the breezy conditions. let's look at the weather cam so we can give you a look at the occur represent conditions. no problems out there right now. just a few clouds and 32 degrees. the winds are out of the west at 8
'm mike haiduk. >> the redskins won and they are the nfc champs. congratulations. i feel like i just ran the last 100 yards for them. we start with olga. >> reporter: good morning. i slept through the game but woke up to that great news this morning. it is still cold this morning, so i know they went through it in the stadiums. if you are headed out this morning, it is going to be a tough start for you this morning. i can guarantee you a few peaks of sunshine, so far on our satellite radar loop. we have some cloud cover at this hour. that is going to break a little bit late morning, we are calling it a partly cloudy start. by the time we get to the 9:00, 10:00 hour, we are going to see the cloud cover build on through. we should hit a high just above 43, 44 degrees. the 5:00 hour is going to be quite chilly. almost like the teens north and west. today good news, we are staying with our green weather alert. a few flurries are possible after you ring in the new year early on your tuesday morning. by wednesday much cooler but more sunshine. bever
'm mike hydeck. yeah! friday. wow. the first two days to have week off and it still felt like a week and a half. how is that possible? happy friday. monika is off today. we have beverly farmer doing traffic. howard is also off today for the holidays. olga breese is here today. >> forecast looks pretty good today. i'm enjoying the sunshine we're going to get mid-morning. cloud cover is going in later on this afternoon but big changes come our way overnight as i'm tracking accumlating snow that should be riding on into the metro area. early morning hours of your saturday. right now we are mostly cloudy at reagan national airport though we will see some sunshine through mid-morning but by late day i believe the cloud cover will take over once again. slide out of the 30s into the lower hos by lunchtime can -- 40s by lunchtime and then later on this afternoon a high at 44 near the city center. we will be chilly tonight. if you have the friday night plans bundle up. it is going to be sliding back down into the 30s and 40s after the 5:00 hour. overall today though it is a chilly start. basi
to you mike, jessica. >>> thanks bev. talk to you in a bit. 2013 just a couple of days away. monday night more than a billion people are expected to watch the ball drop in times square. yesterday, the workers installed the waterford crystal triangles on the ball. and they have some doves chiseled into them. this year's theme? let there be peace. dick clark's widow helped install the panels with her late husband's name engraved on it. he hosted the festivities for so many years it's difficult to count just before he died last year. >>> from the death of whitney houston to the tom cruise katie holmes divorce there were plenty of headlines this year. >> teresa garcia looks book at 2012. >> reporter: actress lindsay lohan tried to make a comeback in the role of liz taylor. but she ran into trouble be the law on -- with the law on both coasts in addition to slamming her porsche into the back of a truck in california, she was charged with hitting a woman in a new york nightclub. moore moore report -- demi moore reportedly suffered a breakdown in january over her split with ashton kutcher. tom c
'm talking to you. mike here needs a necklace. but not just any necklace. he needs a "honey, i love you even more than the day we got married" necklace. well, i don't want to brag, but my selection is larger than ordinary jewelry stores, with truly unique pieces you won't find just anywhere, making it easy for mike to find the necklace that tells his wife exactly how he feels. there. that's why he went to jared. >> rg3 returns, but it's the redskins defense that stops the eagles in the end for a thrilling win today. hello, everybody. i'm bruce johnson. you saw the game. the redskins lead philadelphia, setting up a show with the cowboys next week. dave owens is here with the top story. >> we said this was going to be a tough game. redskins fans, you can't ask for more drama than this. rg3's return, playoff implications and let's head out for the link. there's the famous brace of rg3. lcl sprain from a couple of weeks ago. defense got she would early though. jeremy gets mind williams, 11 plays, 76 yards, 7-0, nick folesgetting it done. redskins respond. washington took a 13-10 lead into the ha
four wisemen. elway for getting peyton manning. john fox for putting it all together. mike mccoy and jack del rio. mccoy adjusting the offense, meshing it with peyton manning. the success he had, and then jack del rio turning around a defense. number two in the nfl against the run. that's what all coaches talk about. we have to stop the run and the broncos have done that this season. ian: third and 7. down to 2:4 to play in the fourth. hillman tripled. he was trying to take it to the outside. ronnie hillman goes down. and it's fourth down. only one game left. a chance to sweep the division and denver will be looking for its 11th straight win to end the regular season. next week they play host to the kansas city chiefs. the cleveland browns will wrap up next week at pittsburgh in a game that could have had playoff implications but the steelers falling into the bengals earlier today so pittsburgh is out of the pittsburgh is out of the playoff race. neural speeds increasing to 4g lte. brain upgrading to a quad-core processor. predictive intelligence with google now complete. introd
're -- resolved and open and you're good. mike, jessica back to you. >>> thank you. president obama and congress got back to work yesterday trying to find some sort of a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. there were signs of both hope and discouragement as both sides agreed the talk. >> back to work is relative when you call it work and what seems top a pattern both sides once again blaming each other for the stalemate. tara mergener has more from capitol hill. >> reporter: business owner don says he's already feeling the impact. >> a lot of our customers are holding back. they're apprehensive. they're not committing to projects, they're waiting to see what's going to happen with the fiscal cliff. >> reporter: and hope is fading that congress can get a deal done before tax hikes and spending cuts kick in january 1st. >> i am not optimistic. >> reporter: even congressional leaders are cemental. >> the american people have a right to be very upset with this congress. >> reporter: president obama invited pelosi, john boehner and harry reid to the white house this afternoon for a fiscal cliff summit.
a sprained knee. the injury forced him to miss a start but head coach mike shanahan says griffin's knee looked good in practice today and that he is growing more comfortable with the brace on his right knee. the cowboys are in a precarious but familiar position, having to win their last regular season game against the division forks on the road to get into the playoffs. this is the third time in the last five years they've had to do it. they lost in philadelphia in 2008 and in new york in 2010. they don't want to repeat that trend and go home. but players and fans alike know anything is possible in that thanksgiving day game tony romo threw for 441 yards and three second-half touchdowns in a loss. the fact of the matter is, in a smash mouth nfc east battle wearing at stake, anything can happen. >> this is one of the first rivalries you hear about when you join this team. it's a lot of pride behind this game. it will be one of those old- school knock-down drag-outs. the last man standing will feel like he lost, too, probably. >>> we're in day 104 of the nhl lockout. today a new offering
. we've been counting down to this day all year long. mike hydeck is off. so is monika samtani. howard bernstein is here. everybody is excited to hear what you have to say. >>> tomorrow is going to be fine. it will be this afternoon and wednesday ugly days around here. in the mountains cold enough. could be a couple of problems there. some of you north and west may see a little sleet or wet snow. road temperatures should be warm enough. not expecting too many problems. here's a look at our day planner on this christmas eve. mostly cloudy skies. 32 in town. by lunch time 42, cloudy. could be a couple of showers, especially south and west. then looks like a wet afternoon and evening with the 5:00 temperature of 40. winds 5 to 10 miles an hour. moisture is coming in from the ohio valley, the tennessee valley all moving in our direction but it's still far away from us with a few breaks in the cloud cover. that's why we may start with a little bit of sun. there are winter weather warnings. on the other side of the divide, garrett county and the mountains of west virginia, that's a freezing
. thank you for starting your day with us. i'm andrea roane. mike hydeck is off. meteorologist howard bernstein is here. he's live on the weather terrace terrace. >> i've got the gloves on, middle weight gloves. winds are very light. if it was windier, i would have the ear must haves -- ear muffs on as well. many of the suburbs down in the middle 20s. a cold morning. generally a cloudy day with a few problems this morning. far more problems for the afternoon. looking at the day planner, we have quiet, in fact mostly cloudy skies this morning. we'll see a few breaks early. by noon could be a shower south and west of d.c., 42. this afternoon looks wet and 40 by 5:00. northwest and north of d.c., we're looking at the thrept of some wet -- threat of some wet snow or sleet mixing in. but with temperatures above freezing, roads stay mainly wet. a couple of breaks in the clouds now but it's starting to thicken up south and west of town with rain moving into roanoke. watch out for some pockets of sleet and freezing rain through noon east of the divide. through 6:00 west of the divide where fr
in a moment. mike hydeck is off. howard bernstein is back. i love your holiday tie with all the snowman. >> just trying to be festive on this christmas eve. >> that's what it's all about trying to be festive. snow in our area
tuned in to "60 minutes" to watch mike wallace ask questions that spoke volumes. >> president sadat of egypt says that what you are doing now is, quote, a disgrace to islam. he calls you, imam -- forgive me, his words not mine -- a lunatic. >> osgood: there's an old joke that goes the most feared words in the english language are mike wallace is here. >> come on out. you don't want to talk to me? >> osgood: we of course wish you were still here. ♪ i pulled into nazareth just about half past 8:00 ♪ >> osgood: and we'll miss you too, levon helm. you made the most of your time on earth. your performance in the film the last waltz turned out to be anything but a swan song. ♪ take a load off >> osgood: elizabeth catlit devoted her life to overturning a history of pain and discrimination against african-americans using art to open minds. >> i believe that the young people or the indian people across the country need someone, a contemporary indian, an indian of these times to identify with. >> osgood: back in 1973, russell means confronted the injustices done to his people. by leadin
. it's so offensive that director mike morell sent a letter to the agency's employees last friday telling them it's a dramatization, not a reality of the facts. the film creates the strong impression that enhanced interrogation teaching them. that impression is false. the film about osama bin laden has reignited debate over what the cia called enhanced interrogation was really torture. >> the information i saw derived from the detainees we had cia facilities and that including those who underwengt techniques was invaluable. >> president obama ended the use of enhancement techniques in 2009 and both parties have been trying to play down the impression that such methods led intelligence investigators to bin laden with senator john mccain speaking out last year before the film even hit the nation's theaters. >> i think it's supremely unfair to the men and women in our intelligence community and military who labored f a decade to locate obama bin laden to claim falsely that they only succeeded because we used torture. >> mccain with senators dianne feinstein and carl levin wrote to so
. ♪ i will always love you >> it's hard to believe that mike is gone. >> what is this? >> this is "60 minutes." >> it's astonishing what you learn and see and feel along the way. that's why a reporters job as you know is such a joy. >>> oh, what a shot. >> when you see that, what do you think? >> craziness, awesomeness. >>> for the second time in four years giants fans are celebrating and patriot fans are crushed. >>> the giants' second world series win in three years. >> puts it out. fires, jeremy lin. >> linsanity. >> lincredible. >> i didn't know they could turn lin into so many things. >>> you're really bad at it. >> i got off to a slow start. >> i could win the australian, then i could win wimbledon and i could win the usa. >> i say it every year. >> miguel cabrera made history. >>> lance armstrong's wins were enhanced before performance drugs. >> that was so nice for you to bring it to charlie. don't put your fingerprints on it. >>> the first u.s. gold since 1996. >> phelps won two more gold medals making him the most decorated olympic athlete in history. >> lebron james capture
is better than no deal, but, you know, as mike said we're heading for another fight just like last summer the summer of 2011 when the debt ceiling was kind of held hostage to this process. >> which industries are really affected? who's going to be hit by this? >> the spending cuts kind of hit all at once. it's probably the defense that's probably the number one industry that gets hit but there's all kinds of unintended and unexplored areas that get affected. for instance what happens to the food prices. it's not part of the fiscal cliff package but there's a farm subsidy bill that expires and you have to find your way around that. it's more about the automatic tax increase on everybody that really would kick in. withholding levels go up paychecks get smaller and that creates some kind of a maybe spiral of hesitancy or a little bit of a new conservatism in spending. >> there's also the debt ceiling portion of all of this. you know we've talked about this before. we hit the debt ceiling december 31st. secretary treasurer tim geithner says he can move some money around bu
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